Standard Chartered launches new head office in Hanoi
The open-plan office is located in the grade A Capital Place building, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Standard Chartered Vietnam announced the launch of its new head office in Hanoi, strengthening its strong, long-term commitment to and investment in Vietnam.
|Delegates attend the grand opening of the new head office of Standard Chartered Vietnam in Hanoi. Photo: Standard Chartered Vietnam|
At the grand opening of the new head office, Patrick Lee, Chair of Board of Members of Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam (Limited), said: “Vietnam is an exciting and dynamic market and an important part of our global footprint. It’s great to see our business grow from strength to strength, offering an innovative suite of solutions for consumers and businesses, while contributing to the sustainable development of the Vietnamese economy.”
He underlined the company will continue to grow with the country and make a difference for its people and community.
Michele Wee, CEO of Standard Chartered Vietnam, said as an important player in international trade and global supply chain and an alternative manufacturing hub, Vietnam holds strong potential for growth and offers tremendous business opportunities.
She added: “We have been and will continue investing more resources in our local franchise to better serve our clients and capture the opportunities that the market offers.”
Standard Chartered Vietnam’s new head office is also a demonstration of the bank’s sustainability commitment. Capital Place has been recognized with the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
The WELL Building Standard is a performance-based certification that focuses on the human health. The LEED and WELL certification recognize the steps taken by Standard Chartered towards establishing an energy efficient, environmentally friendly, healthier workplace and its ongoing efforts to accelerate net-zero.
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